With the European Championships now over, we take a look at the individual performances of the Arsenal Women players involved.
There were nine players from Pedro Martínez Losa’s squad. Here’s how they fared for their respective countries.
W1, L2, Group stage
Scotland came close to qualifying for the quarter-finals but fell just short despite winning their final group game against Spain.
Lisa Evans played 270 minutes in the tournament. Her defensive work rate was superb as Scotland spent many times in game chasing the ball.
W4, L1, Semi-finalists
England reached the semi-finals of the European Championships and lost 3-0 to eventual winners Netherlands.
Jodie Taylor played 328 minutes and finishes the tournament with the golden boot with five goals in four games.
A stellar performance overall with a hat trick against Scotland and two singles against Spain and France. She scored the winner against France for the first England win since 1974.
Jordan Nobbs had another cracking tournament, playing 390 minutes in five games despite being played out of position on the right wing. Her dynamic style and link-up play with Lucy Bronze allowed England to attack mainly on that wing in all the games they played together.
Alex Scott played 90 minutes in the game where Mark Sampson rotated his squad. She was a back-up to Lucy Bronze and it was probably her final England tournament.
Fara Williams played two games, racking up 157 minutes of playing time. She played against Portugal in the final group game and was handed a bonus game when Jill Scott was suspended.
W6, L0, Champions
Dominique Janssen was not used much throughout the tournament by coach Sara Wiegman, playing just 33 minutes.
Sari Van Veenendal played every minute in every game. She conceded only three goals overall, two coming in the final against Denmark. She kept four clean sheets from six games and was consistent overall.
Danielle Van De Donk played in all six games. She managed to get more bookings than goals but made some assists and was at her creative best at times.
Anna Miedema played in all six games. She scored four goals overall and won the silver boot behind her Arsenal team-mate Jodie Taylor. After shooting blanks in the three group stage games, she delivered when it mattered most in the knock-out stages. Mediema scored against Sweden, England and had a brace in the final against Denmark.